How do you not lose your mind in corporate America?

Bernadette Boas, author of Shedding the Corporate Bitch, Shifting from Bitch to Rich in Life and Business, teaches you how to change your mindset to eliminate stress in the corporate world.

In this interview for the Natural Healing Show for UK Health Radio, Bernadette explains to medical intuitive healer Catherine Carrigan how she learned to shift her attitude and regain her health and happiness after many years of corporate competition.

Bernadette Boas is known as a “ball of fire” business coach and consultant, mindset leadership coach and keynote speaker. She is the founder and principal of Ball of Fire Consulting, a business management and leadership growth company.

With what she called her “pink slip to freedom,” Bernadette authored her first in a series of books entitled Shedding the Corporate Bitch, Shifting from Bitch to Rich in Life and Business. She most recently finished adapting her book into a feature film screenplay and television series entitled Confessions of a Bitch!

Bernadette currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia which she has called her home for twenty-two years, and can often be seen running around town with her four-legged best friend, Charlie.

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Started by Yara Ghrewati, a rainforest and bushcraft survival instructor, photographer, belly dancer and adventuress, the show reaches listeners around the world through UK Health Radio.

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